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Is cannelle moulue vegan?

Cannelle moulue is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cannelle moulue?

Cannelle moulue, also known as ground cinnamon, is a versatile and aromatic spice that is commonly used in sweet and savoury dishes. It is made by grinding cinnamon bark into a fine powder, resulting in a warm and sweet flavour with a hint of spiciness. Cinnamon is loaded with antioxidants and has anti-inflammatory properties, making it a popular ingredient in traditional medicine. It is commonly used in baked goods, such as cinnamon rolls and apple pie, as well as in curries and stews. Cannelle moulue is an essential pantry staple for any home cook or baker looking to add a touch of warmth and depth to their dishes.

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